Effects of a Cognitive-Behavioural Internet Program on Depression, Vulnerability to Depression and Stigma in Adolescent Males: A School-Based Controlled Trial

Date

2006

Authors

O'Kearney, Richard
Gibson, Malcolm
Christensen, Helen
Griffiths, Kathleen

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Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis

Abstract

This study evaluated the effectiveness of a cognitive behaviour therapy Internet program (MoodGYM) for depressive symptoms, attributional style, self-esteem and beliefs about depression, and on depression and depression-vulnerable status in male youth. A

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Keywords: access to information; adolescent; article; behavior therapy; clinical trial; cognitive therapy; controlled clinical trial; controlled study; depression; disease predisposition; effect size; follow up; health belief; high risk population; human; Internet; Adolescent depression; Cognitive behavioural therapy; Internet; Non-traditional delivery

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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

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Journal article

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DOI

10.1080/16506070500303456

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2037-12-31